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Jul 1, 2011 9:00pm PDT
will not see low drop pwle the 60 agrees mark. on to the satellite image big ridge of high pressure dominate our weather picture that will for the next self days and we have a hot holiday weekend with temperatures climbing up around 100 degree mark in some locations by sunday. state wide tomorrow we see 104 at press no. high of 117 at palm springs. mere 98 in sacrament sacramento. 99 at chick o. 75 at big sur. 79 at san diego. and on sunday similar readings. 100 in sacramento 106 at fresno. 115 at palm spring. 90 at la. 80 san diego here in the bay area it will continue to be toasty as well. south bay tomorrow under sunny skies lack for high pressure right around or above 90 degrees. 90 in san jose. 92 at campbell. 94 in los gatos. peninsula 82 will be the high in san mateo. palo alto mountain view upper 60's on the coast 68 at half machine bay. 67 pacifica. downtown san francisco 76 tomorrow. 70 in the sun set district which we continue see very often. 91 at novato. 95 at clover dale. 95 calistoga sonoma and napa and nearest bay high of 81 at berkeley. 84 san leandro. 86
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Jun 30, 2011 9:00pm PDT
their finances. >>> well every program you can think of in the new state budget took big hits. but there is some good news out of all of this. capitol correspondent annette has the story now from sacramento. >> this is the first on time budget pl since i have been governor. >>reporter: while governor brown joked about an on time budget, 86 billion dollar spending plan was no laughing matter. it pairs down state service substantially and general fund spending to the lowest since the early 70's. nearly 1 quarter of funding to uc and csu has been slashed. 70 state parks are slated foreclosure. and the poor elderly and disabled will have to live on smaller welfare grants and cash aid. >> these are real tough hard decisions and going forward californians have to think very hard about what is it that we want. >>reporter: democrats first choice but to ask california voters if they wanted to extend the expiring tax hike to save some services. but even after months of arm twisting governor brown could not convince 2 republicans in each house to go along. >> this is a victory the for the people. >>r
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